enduring valuen. the usefulness or significance of records based on the information they contain that justifies their permanent or ongoing preservation
NotesArchivists sometimes use “enduring value” in place of “permanent value” to indicate that their determinations of a record’s value (in other words, their appraisal decisions) may not indeed be permanent and that the record may be valuable for a long time, though not necessarily forever.
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